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call item 21? >> item 21 is a resolution adopting the city's five-year communication and technology plan for fiscal year 2013-2014 through fiscal year 2017-18 pursuant to administrative code section 22a.6. >> president chiu. >> thank you, mr. chair. again, i want to thank the members of the budget committee for the consideration and support of the five-year information and communication technology plan which i had several years ago in legislation asked that our city's i-t staff put together so that we can have a framework about how we plan invest in technology. and i do support the plan as it's laid out. one thing i would just notice, though, for colleagues is that over the next five years we have about $200 million of capital needs that we have within our ict areas and i think it's important for us to think about that, to think about how we can make government more efficient and effective through the use of technology, and to do this in a way that really increases public access and transparency. but all that being said, colleagues, i hope that you will be able to support this plan
dispatch will reveal itself in terms of reference we looked at zones and with new technology we can where a taxi is and license it to be in certain places. none of the neighborhoods outside the corridor are being serviced. we expect to lay the foundation for using modern technology so i knowed have options. and then my second question is back to the directors question is the increase of the madalinas. and this is on the budget impact of shifting the pricing of the madalinas. i was looking through my comprehensive budget and what will be the impact to the raw budget? >> up until this point we haven't, you know, decided how many of the madalinas would be when we set a price we didn't know maybe every 10 we use the impact would be this. the math is if we were to secure authorization to get 1 hundred would be times 3 hundred thousand or so. that's the budget impact our if you recall when we were developing the two year budget we're conservative we didn't know where this process was going to go. so the question is the recommendation from 2 to 3 hundred would it yeast a revenue problem? no, i
of the 2 hundred parks and recreation centers and there's is program called come at the time the technology that the includes all the sufficient needs that we have. so it was determined after the statement the capital needs were 1 i pledge allegiance to the flag 7 billion. just for the neighborhood parks see it was needed 1 hundred 25 million. that includes the neighborhood parks included open space, feemdz and court and rec centers, pools, restrooms and operation and maintenance facilities. also the other portion of the 1.7 billion was for special properties we needed 8 hundred and 65 million that included the golden gate park the sharp park and other legacy projects. so just here to show whether we get our funding sources and i know it's hard to read those but i'm going to tell you that the big portion of the fund in 2000 and 2001 which basically are the bigger areas of the pie chart. it's for bond - for sources like bond sources like the 2008 red bond which is 26 percent of the division that was 77 billion. another source of fund was the bond for the neighborhood park that was the 2000 b
as to why that's the case. the growth in the technology feed have attracting a lot of people would know commuter >> and it does tend to run in families. it tends to run in families they're not saying it's hereditary that you by you know someone who had two children with autism. i think that's why they have a lot of - while there is a lot of children with autism because we serve a great deal. and they said what about all the other children with other syndromes? i said your tackle tackling a group of kids to really provided services for so my hat a off to rec and parks to serve a lot of kids that doesn't get services >> i was hoping you'd talk about is the fact if the rec and parks departments and especially they've been concerned with the camps and i understand that a lot of those other programs have been a part of the advocate of any support for families. that depose to say that listening to the needs of the community is important. >> i think it's the demand. we're getting a lot of kids with syndrome. i did a child scheduled with another syndrome. the demand is there and we're gettin
their community needs are and meet them. whether through offering e-books and technology classes, materials, language learner programs for job seekers, or those to support urban literacy, librarians, [speaker not understood] to the community they serve, and they respond. [speaker not understood] is one of the most trusted resources in our community and let's give a little bioabout lisa braid en. she has worn a lot of different shoes since she decided to become a ballerina at the age of 5. after 12 years of professional training, she switched from [speaker not understood] shoes to birkenstocks and went on to stanford university. after graduating with a degree in communications, she became a documentary film maker. she drew on her past to make an award winning pbs documentary [speaker not understood] about students vying for a spot with the san francisco ballet. flash forward to 2006, lisa graduates from san jose state's library school and discovers that times have changed. sensible pumps are no longer the [speaker not understood] for public libraryianses. they need to get out from behind the
in the past when we didn't have so much that technology we were still able to add 5 hundred cabs at once i urge you to add 5 to 6 hundred madalinas at once and give the madalinas to the first applicant on the list for $50,000 each. the reason i say that is the sidecar they say their will be no drivers. it's going to be one cab, one shift please. whatever you decide set one price for all 5 to 6 hundred madalinas. those madalinas and the list will be for the drivers who deserve better deals and price. thank you. so far in general of the report is good but i wasn't part of that study i was left out by them and you, too directors. tell me otherwise to owners i just requested. anyone else? >> i see one more coming forward. >> i'd like to ask the members of this board would you take a ride from one of those shadow cab drivers if the driver was an ax murderer. people could be robbed or killed and this board would be responsible and this board could be potentially sued. you don't want to run that legal risk. the second thing is i have such great difficulty keeping with the legal and economical i
'm not usually that technologically impaired here. so there we go. city carshare, we have been around since 2001. we are as i said a local non-profit. we provide over 400 vehicles at 200 locations throughout the bay area to allow people to carshare. we have the greenest fleet available and that's very important to car sharing because car sharing is defining to benefit local communities. with the car sharing you effectively become a member, you get access to any vehicle and you may use it whenever you like. city carshare provides many benefits. some of the key ones are that car sharing can save lots of money over the car ownership, we provide many programs for the community. the one i want to talk about today is the access mobile program. access mobile program provides wheelchair accessible fans to the carshare constituency. we have two here in san francisco. as you can see on the slides that we have both side and rear access vehicles. the ones in san francisco are available at glen park bart. we have this wrong. at glen park bart and the city mission garage. anybody can join. if you don't have a
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